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6A THE SUPERIOR EXPRESS Thursday, May 16, 2002 -I III I II I Public Notices First Published May 9, 2002 in The Superior Express NOTICE In the County Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Estate of Ruth E. Hansen, Deceased Estate No. PR02-23 Notice is hereby given that on May 6, 2002, in the County Court of Nuck- oils County, Nebraska, the Registrar issued a written statement of Informal Probate of the Will of said Decedent and that Patricia Jean Post, formerly Patricia Jean Godding, whose address is 1010 West 10th, Hastings, Neb., 68901, and Paula Jo Stanley, whose address is 6419 Gemstone Way, Colo- rado Springs, Colo., 80918, were in- formally appointed by the Registrar as Personal Co-representatives of the Es- late. Creditors of this Estate must file their clai ms with this court on or before July 9, 2002 or be forever barred. Mildred Eilers Clerk of the County Court Michael L. Johnson #15090 Leininger, Smith, Johnson, Baack, Placzek, Steele and Allen Wheeler at First Street P. O. Box 790 Grand Island, Neb. 68802 19-3c First Published May 9, 2602 in The Superior Fxpress Notice of Informal Probate and Notice to Creditors Estate of Robert Alvin Lowery, deceased. Case No. PR02-22 Notice is hereby given that on May 1, 2002, in the County Court of Nuck- olls County, Nebraska, the Registrar issued a written Statement of Informal Probate of the Will of said Deceased, and that Stanley R. Lowery, whose address is P. O. Box 127, Ruskin, Neb., 68974-0127, has been appointed Per- sonal Representative of this estate. Creditors of this estate must file their claims with this Court on or before July 10, 2002, or be forever barred. Mildred Eilers Clerk of the County Court Dean N. Hansen I 1690 Attorney for Pets. Rep. P. O. Box 401 Edgar, Neb. 68935-0401 ! 9-3c First Published May 16, 2002 in The Superior Express Request for Bid The City of Superior is requesting bids for sandblasting and painting of claritiers. Bid specifications are avail- able at the City Utilities Office. All bids must be received at the City Utili- ties Office before 4:30 p.m. Friday, May 24, 2002. Superior Utilities P. O. Box 160 Superior, Neb. 68978 Office (402) 879-4711 Fax (402) 879-4907 20-2c Notice of Meeting Region 9 Preschool lnteragency Council The next regular meeting of the Board of Region 9 Preschool Inter- agency Council will be held Monday, May 20, 2002 at 5 p.m. at the Garden Care, 2201 Osborne Drive, Hastings, Neb. An agenda containing a list of sub- jects requiring the attention of the board is available for public inspection dar- ing normal business hours. Except for items of an emergency nature, the agenda will not be enlarged later than 24 hours before the sched- uled commencement of the meeting. Karen Ganskow Board Secretary 20- I c First Published May 16, 2001 in The Superior Express NOTICE OF SUIT In The District Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska. Tax Sale Certificate Foreclosure Case No. CI-02-12 State ofNebraska, Nuckolls County, SS: To the following named defendants in the alive entitled action, to-wit: All persons having or claiming any interest in the East 50 feet of Lot Sixteen (16 ) and the East 50 feet of the South 5 feet of Lot Seventeen (17), BlockTwenty-two (22), Original Town of Superior, Nuckolls County, Ne- braska, together with an easement over and across the West 85 feet of the South 5 feet of said Lot Seventeen (17) for the purpose of maintaining, repair- ing, replacing and seicing a water line to serve, and serving the premises herein above described. You and each of you are hereby notified that you have been sued in the District Court of Nuckolls County, Nebraska, by the County of Nuckolls in the State of Nebraska, a Plaintiff, the object and prayer of whose petition filed against you and the real estate above described is to foreclose against the description of real estate, above set out Treasurer's Tax Sale Certificate Number 564 which is dated October, i, 1998, and issued to and held by the plaintiffCounty, and to foreclose all liens that the plaintiff as holder of such certificate'is entitled to foreclose and to cause a sale of said property to satisfy the amount adjudged due against the real estate and also quiet the title to said real estate in the purchaser thereof and to bar and ex- clude all defendants of all rights, title, liens and interest in and to said real estate and for general equitable relief. You are required to answer said petition in the District Court of Nuck- oils County, Nebraska, on or before August 6, 2002, or the allegations of the petition wilibenas true and the decree rendered accordingly. County of Nuckolls in the State of Nebraska Timothy S. Schmidt 20-4c FULL-SERVICE BANKING Checking. " our many ptans Savings Savin De Farmers & Merchants Bank Your Hometown Banking Center People Serving People SUPERIOR 355 N Central, Superior, Neb. 68978 402-879-3284 LAWRENCE P.O. Box 158, Lawrence, Neb. 68957 402-756-7402 Member FDIC www.bankfmb.com 24-Hour Telephone Banking 1-888-761-2101 Notice of Meeting The South Central Nebraska Uni- fied School District No. 5 Board of Education will meet in regular session Monday, May 20, at 7:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at Lawrence-Nel- son Jr-Sr. High Schoolin Nelson. Agen- das are available. 20-lc Proceedings of The Village of Hardy Regular Meeting April 9, 2002 Sam Clark called the meeting to order at 7 p.m., with all members present, with the exception of Aldrup. The minutes of the March 13, 2002 meeting were presented with no cor- rections or additions. Ginther made the motion to accept,Tubbs seconded, car- ried 3-0. The following bills were presented: Superior Publishing,48.11, Omaha Life Ins., 32.25: Aurora Coop. 498.65; Baker & Son, 50.00; Alltel, 84.50: Harold Soper, 150.00; Olmsted & Perry, 418.19;; Gary Thompson Agency, 5,611.00; Moeller Electric, 93.08; Central National Bank, 188.22; SamClark, 28.98; Central Plains Plumb & Elec., 844.94; Salaries, 1,073.54. Tubbs made the motion to pay the bills as presented, Rowley seconded, carried 3-0. The third reading of Ordinance No. 155 Administrative, was given. Gint her made the motion to accept Ordinance No. 155, Rowley seconded, carried 3- 0. The third reading of Ordinance No. 156 Municipal Property, was given. Ginther made the motion to accept Ordinance No. 156, Tubbs seconded, carried 3-0. The third reading of Ordi- nance No. 157 Parking Regulations was given. Tubbs made the motion to accept Ordinance No. 157, Ginther seconded, carried 3-0. A complete text of the minutes, ordinances and resolu- tions are available for public inspec- tion at the Village office. Tubbs made the motion to adjourn, Rowley seconded, carried 3-0. Rogene E. Renz, Clerk Sam Clark, Chairman/Mayor Courthouse News Nuckolls County i Traffic and Misdemeanor Speeding: Cindy R. McCord, Olathe, Kan. $25; Heather D. Weber, Kearney, $25; Antone William Gross, Alvarado,Texas, $25; William H. Nix, Athens, Texas, $75. David E. Brodhagen, Pierce, viola- tion of brakes, $50. Real Estate Transfers Dale L. and Mable P. Frahm to Marlin and Lisa Meyer, W 1/2 25-2-8, except Part SW 1/4. Charlene J. Krogan. Trust to Guy L. and Meache Embree, Lots 4, 5 and 6, Block 6, O. T. Nelson. Frank J. Korbelik Jr., to Donna E and Magli0-L Cox, LOts,t-,6 Block t0 Peter Spurck's I st adtition. Daniel A. and Sandy Menke to Ja- son Menke, E 1/2 N I/2 NW 1/4 and E 1/2 NW 1/4 8--2-8. Arlene Jacoby to SandraE. Petersen, Lot 12, Block 26 E. Superior to O. T. Superior. Walter L. and Carolyn J. Bilstend to L Ranch LLC, Part SE 1/4, W 1/2 NE I/4 and E 1/2 NW 1/4. Crowl Tree Tree removal, Trimming and Stump Removal  insur--e-d--- ", . Reasonable rates I Free estimates j] Phone 401-879-3608 The Superior FFA members planted a corn test plot across the street, north of the high school, Friday, April 26. Students helping to were (from left) Matt Rempe, Matt Kile, Derek Shaner, Jason Gillilan, Levi Gunn and Jared Fullerton. FFA memb00;l:s plant corn yield test plc,t Friday The Superior FFA Chapter" with the cooperation of Scott Butler of Flying B Farms planted a corn yield test plot Friday. The plot is located northwest of the Superior High School. The plot features 17 companies and 33 varieties this year. This plot is open for public inspection anytime. Specific variety questions can be addressed to local Dave Barnard FFA Advisor. Cooperating dealers who donated seed are NC+-KirchhoffFarms; Golden Harvest-Don Kottmeyer; Pioneer- Marvin Bockholdt; DeKalb & Asgrow- Jeff Kinyoun: NK-Tri C Farms: Fon- tanelle-Hubert Simonsen; Giant-Steve Bargen; Circle Seed, Kim Delka; QTI Seeds & Mycogen-Keith Wilt of AGP Grain; Moews-Kenneth Keopke; Stine- Toby Tool; Producers Scott Butler of Flying B Farms; DynaGrow-Superior Deshler Company; Garst-Norris Eitz- mann; and Patriot-Aurora Coop. Each variety has 12 36-inch rows. The number is marked with a stake in the sixth row from the west end. Deal- ers are to have field signs to the FFA by June 1. The planting rate was 20,000 kernels per acre. The plot is irrigated and the maturity is ! 12-114 days. Pes- ticides, Capture and Bleep, have been applied. FFA members that assisted with recording, changing boxes, marking, sorting seed bags and security dealers were MicKayla Rhoads, Matt Kile, Landon Woerner, Andy Eiseman, Danny Fuller, Mike Walker, Sheahan Chaput, Josh Harwell, Cody Barry, JustinMohler, Levi Gunn, MattRempe, Brian Rempe, Derek Shaner, Jason Gillilan, Aaron Thompson and Jared Fullerton. Amy Williams (left) and Keisha Krotzinger hold a pinata in Spanish I class at Superior High School. A wide variety were on display at the honor convocation ALEXANDER MOTORS EXCELLENCE IN AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE Area drivers go to the award winning .... v - scl tee department at Alexander Motors because they know that the factory trained technicians can handle any repair needed, and no one does it better! Alexander Motors follows the GM and Chrysler maintenance programs to ensure the ultimate performance and preservation of your vehicle. In fact, they have received many awards in recogni- tion for the highest standards of customer satisfaction. Dean Kile. the service department manager, directs a highly talented team with many years of experience in the automotive field. Their advice on repairs and answers to service que,:tions, over the years, has been very helpful to customers and is sought after and respected in the automotive industry. Each technician participates in ongoing GM and Chrysler technical training allowing them to receive the most advanced training available. And, we would like you to know, that if you have purchased your vehicle elsewhere, Alexander Motors can also take care of all your factory maintenance program scheduled services. , With the latest technology, procedures, and original equipment replacement parts, they can repair your vehicle according to factory standards, and yes, they are affordable too. We would like to call the attention of the driving public to the dedicated and outstanding service team and suggest that you stop in soon and discover the best automotive service around. Alexander Motors is located in Superior at 302 N. Commercial Ave., phone 879-3204. Phld b v Media hfse , We have office supplies! Jewell County Record 785-378-3191 Thank Your vote was a May 14 primary, Jim Marr, Paid for by Jim Marr Philip A. Maynard, Foot Specialist - Foot Surgeon 416 N. Minnesota Ave. Hastings, Neb. Call 402-462-2788 for a Sincere Th to the voters Nuckolls Cot for your suvl and vote of conf Vicki K. Paid for by Vicki K, Ensign in the home and Randy Garvtn, Hastings. of their son, Dan, a' family, Red ud. mo i The right people, the right parts, and ahvays the right prices! Paid for by Janice E. Murray Nuckolls County Assessor RR Soybeans Thank You for your vote lanice E. Murray 8274 8314 8331 Students of the month selected for the month of April at Superior High School in recognition of outstanding achievement in the classroom are (from left) Kelsey Johnson, freshman; Kyle Grove, junior; Jess Kinyoun, sophomore; Alayna Ehlers, senior; Amy Williams, seventh grade; and Beth Renz, eighth grade. ii Bob and Marlene Albin visited with his parents, Roger and Velma Albin, Hastings. Other guests were Gene and Joyce Albin, St. Louis, Mo. Doug and Sharon Crary, Omaha, came Friday evening for a long week , Chfistensen, end with his mother, Janet Crary. Paul and Wanda Schriner attended Red Cloud graduation Saturday after- noon of Amy Knehans and Laci Schriner. Guests o f Kenneth and Phyliss Giger were Rick and Anna-Marie Giger and family of Guide Rock and Cindy and Tract Menke, Lawrence. Janice and John Hartman were guests of her parents, Glenn and Elaine Vance, Bladen. Hartman and Shirley mother. Mar' attended the Good Samaritan She also visited home where fall. Gwen retirement home Saturday Jani helped Heather new apartment Seward. She t classes. Paul and Wanda Goos also visited h0 BillandJ daughter and family, Nitz, Lincoln, Mary Steward, nied Shirley HI S luncheon. Mary is charter member. 11 ,. 1956. Bill and Barbara Guests ofKeith andI were Terry and Lacey, Grant Troudt, Bobbi and Shaun, Guide Rock, i i  tape. Scott Stemper, sheriff' s deputy said, "The system secures the 911 emer- gency system equipment and increases the security of our dispatchers." Stemper'stimated the system cost approximately $2,200. "The crime rate in Nuckolls County is low," he continued, "But lots of small business, especially the conve- nience stores, gasoline stations and small grocery stores are installing se- curity systems. I think they will further lower our crime rate and are a bargain at $30 a month. Most break-ins cost a business at least a $1,000. Often they are not covered by insurance." Money from the Nuckolls Count} drug enforcement fund has funded a security system at the Nuckolls County sheriff's office. At night exteriordoors are locked and it has been common for a dispatcher to have trouble communi- cating with someone outside the build- ing, Now five small video cameras let a dispatcher view all exterior doors, the north parking lot, the day room, book- ing room and the visitation area. Night callers at the jail can talk to the dis- patcher from outside the facility via an intercom. A video recorder can record activ- ity in all areas for up to 96 hours on one New securily system Guide Rock improves service quality By WandaSch-iner